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09-14-2020 07:20:10

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I need to buy a quantity(50-100) of bearings. I need a supplier that will give a good price or a least cheaper that I can buy one or two at a time. Can you guys help me?

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09-15-2020 05:59:09

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 Re: bearing wholesale in reply to centerplate, 09-14-2020 07:20:10  
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It is a drawn cup roller bearing for a hydraulic pump. I need two sizes.

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09-15-2020 15:58:42

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 Re: bearing wholesale in reply to Centerplate, 09-15-2020 05:59:09  
If you have the part numbers I would suggest the closest office of Motion Industries. They are located in many cities just search online for local office. Call and talk to them. They won't sell you junk. If you do not have the part numbers they may still he able to help by application or sizes.

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09-14-2020 16:27:32

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 Re: bearing wholesale in reply to centerplate, 09-14-2020 07:20:10  
What type of bearing are you needing? Roller, needle, ball? All 50 to 100 same size?

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09-14-2020 14:15:00

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09-14-2020 13:26:15

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 Re: bearing wholesale in reply to centerplate, 09-14-2020 07:20:10  
Never used it myself, but I think thats Alibaba is perfect for.

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09-14-2020 12:58:42

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 Re: bearing wholesale in reply to centerplate, 09-14-2020 07:20:10  
Bocca Bearing

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09-14-2020 09:22:46

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 Re: bearing wholesale in reply to centerplate, 09-14-2020 07:20:10  
Try The big bearing store.com

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09-14-2020 09:58:39

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 Re: bearing wholesale in reply to Russ from MN, 09-14-2020 09:22:46  
I agree Big bearing store. They are in Memphis TN.

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09-14-2020 08:01:01

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 Re: bearing wholesale in reply to centerplate, 09-14-2020 07:20:10  
Check online, Ebay, Amazon, etc.

Unbelievable how cheap some bearings are, and yes they are hecho en China, but I've never had a problem with one.

Unless this is a critical application, probably be worth a try. Most bearing you buy at the bearing supply are Chinese, probably come from the same source but with a huge mark up.

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09-14-2020 16:16:36

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 Re: bearing wholesale in reply to Steve@Advance, 09-14-2020 08:01:01  
This was 10-12 years ago, but I was a mechanic for a company that had about 30 forklifts. Probably 3/4 of them were propane, the rest were diesel lifts rated at 10K. The 10K units (they were Caterpillar-branded, BTW), were three-stage units that took a fairly large bearing in the mast, six of them, IIRC. When those needed to be replaced, we took about three guys to the loading dock so that the forklift was at a lower level than the guys who were replacing the bearings. Not a super fun job, not a super quick job, but we had a system to replace them with minimum downtime. I believe the bearings we always used were American-made SKF bearings, which were just a little pricey.
One day the purchasing agent told he he had just butchered a fat pig and he was really crowing about it. He had found some Chinese bearings at a fantastic price and he ordered a bunch of them. So...we started to use these in the mast.
It wasn't long after that where these bearings were being replaced at a fairly quick interval. We didn't need these lifts down and we didn't want to spare the manpower needed to replace these. A quick investigation showed that the SKF bearings each had a total of eight balls in each bearing. The Chinese bearings had six. As far as longevity, there was no comparison. We immediately went back to our American-made bearings.
I'm sure there are a few numbers out there that make no difference, but I'll take the American bearing any day over the Chinese bearing, especially now when it comes to modern wheel bearings. Your mileage will obviously vary.

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